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Tree diagram, probability of apples or oranges

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A box contains nine apples and six oranges. You randomly pick a piece of fruit from the box, and then randomly pick a second piece of fruit from the box without replacing the first piece selected.
a. Sketch a tree diagram for this experiment.
b. What is the probability that you pick two oranges?
c. What is the probability that you pick one orange and one apple, not necessarily in that order?
Question 7
You are given the probabilities below...
a. P(A or C)
b. P(AC)
c. P(A and B)

Please find the attached questions.

Also, please see the formula sheet and standard normal distribution table to be used.

Only use a scientific or graphing calculator (Excel does not help me) and please show all working out.

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Solution Summary

This solution explains how to determine the given probability questions.